Fredrick Bond's directorial debut Charlie Countryman (previously titled The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman) is set for a release next month. It stars Shia LaBeouf as a guy who falls for a woman (Evan Rachel Wood) who's claimed by a violent crime boss (Mads Mikkelsen of The Hunt fame).
Our Berlin review of the film, which features a soundtrack by Sigur Ros and M83, describes it thus: "Like a blitzed-out night in a club, Fredrick Bond’s The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, is awash with heavy beats, strobe lighting and sweaty dancers - the kind where you think you’re enjoying yourself, only to face the tremendous hangover that wasn’t truly worth it in the end."
If that wasn't enough, get a load of the film's oh-so edgy tagline...
"If you're going to die, die for love."
Anyway, you can make up your own mind when the film's released next month.
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